Just once in my life I’d like to have a dog that simply dies in his sleep. I think it… Read more Bye, Diego. Go Find Daddy!
It’s funny, you know, the things that claim a permanent spot in your memory. Not the sort that surfaces once… Read more 365 Grateful: Summer Nights, Green Beans, and the Reds on Radio
I stand in liminal space – in the space between what was and what will become. I’m oddly at ease… Read more Standing in Liminal Space
Spring arrived yesterday, escorted by heavy wet snow and rain. But I believe flowers smile when it rains, because they’re… Read more 365 Grateful: Spring, Rain, and Daffodils
There is a rainbow at my feet, seemingly embedded in the gray of the carpet fibers. Vivid strips of purple… Read more 365 Grateful: Rainbows & Closure
I broke my hairbrush today. Not a big deal, you’d think. Granted, my hair was wet and the dryer was… Read more 365 Grateful: Lessons From a Hairbrush
Bob Evans was quite inviting the other evening … at the counter, at least. There we sat with a… Read more 365 Grateful: Invitation.
Grateful, today, for my uninvited guest. It brings to mind a favorite quote: “Let mystery have its place in you;… Read more 365 Grateful: an uninvited guest
sAs I pull in to the local produce stand in Belpre, Ohio, I can’t help but notice the orange traffic… Read more 365 Grateful: Weeds
There are bunnies in my ornamental grass garden tonight. I stop my reading (Carol Dweck’s “Mindset”) to watch them frolic… Read more 365 Grateful: easy weeding … with bunnies